The Cartier releases a novelty - the Tank Must watch. Their design is a fusion of the two Cartier iconic masterpieces: the Tank collection and Must.
The Tank watch is the embodiment of Cartier elegance, refined and precise design, non-compromised line. Since its creation in 1917, Louis Cartier had opted for a rectangular shape as opposed to the round watches common for his generation. The Tank was already an avant-garde work of art when it was launched and it has maintained this status till today.
The Must watches also make a part of the Cartier heritage. They have passed the test of time thanks to their recognizable style as well as the superior craftsmanship that Cartier applies to all its creations, down to the finest detail.
Inspired by cult models, the Tank Must also has remained faithful to historical details. And the signature rounded arcs as well as reimagined dial proportions and their grace make the driving force behind this new design. The watch is complemented by a precious cabochon crown set with pearls.
The range of the collection is endlessly versatile and comes up with a wide variety of options to gratify all tastes: watches on a steel bracelet or leather strap in three sizes, two models in combination with steel and diamonds, three limited-edition monochrome models in the brand's iconic colors, complemented by the two jewelery versions. And also an innovative watch with an eco-friendly strap made of 40% plant matter obtained from apple waste grown for the food industry in Europe.